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As a business owner or director, your company is very dear to you and your time is precious. Disputes and conflicts can be stressful and time-consuming, often at a detriment to your business.

 

The Lamb Brooks Dispute Resolution team can quickly get to the root of the dispute and reduce the stress of your situation by outlining the options available to you in a straight-forward, jargon-free manner. We can offer you a friendly, efficient service, working with you to ensure that disputes are resolved as swiftly and economically as possible, so that you can get back to running your business.

 

We are skilled in all forms of dispute resolution so we can offer you less confrontational alternatives, such as mediation, negotiation, arbitration or adjudication. These methods are often less stressful, more amicable and potentially lower in cost than court proceedings.

 

If matters can’t be resolved without further action, then we will be in your corner in court.

 

If your business has a dispute or conflict that you need assistance in resolving, or if you think you may have a claim, please speak to our friendly team who will happily have an initial conversation to determine which options would be best for you.

"This firm will go above and beyond for you and your claim. They are friendly, professional and fight your corner, if you ever have the misfortune to have a claim. They keep you informed of all cost and what is going on with your claim. They are HONEST, fair and tell you if you have a claim or how difficult it could be. No hidden charges or surprises for you. I would definitely have this firm fight for me again if I need it. I would give them 5 stars and more for their efforts and truthfulness."

Michelle

Key Contacts

Robert Finlayson

Head of Dispute Resolution

Simon Arneaud

Associate Solicitor

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